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Asian Approaches to International Law and the Legacy of Colonialism

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1. Globalization and International Adjudication, Paik Jin-Hyun 2. Procedural and Evidentiary Innovations in the Judgment of November 2003 of the ICJ in the Oil Platforms Case, Jamal Seifi 3. Nullity and Validity: Challenges to Territorial and Boundary Judgments and Awards, Kaiyan Homi Kaikobad 4. The Role of History in International Territorial Dispute Settlement: the Pedra Branca Case (Singapore v Malaysia), Kevin YL Tan 5. Analysis of Korea's Claim of Sovereignty over Gando/ Jiandao Area in China under International Law, Seok-Woo Lee 6. Implications of the Border Regime Between North Korea and China, Seok-Woo Lee & Chang-Hoon Shin 7. From the Era of Colonialism to Globalization: Making Rules in the GATT/WTO, Surendra Raj Bhandari 8. The Responsibility to Protect, MCW Pinto

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Jin-Hyun Paik, Judge, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea; Professor, Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University, Korea Seok-Woo Lee, Professor, INHA University Law School, Korea, Director, INHA Ocean Law Centre; Chairman, DILA. Kevin YL Tan, Professor (Adjunct), Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore; Professor (Adjunct), S Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University.

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